how is this for social anxiety drug regimen ?

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Tofisopam - Atypical benzo that supposedly doesnt cause impairment or addictio as benzos (taken twice daily each 50 mg)

-Paroxetine - Taken daily hoping it would work in 3 week or 4 weeks time

-Inderal - For perfomance anxiety and physical anxiety symptoms (taken 3 times daily 10 mg each )

-Lyrica - I tried it before at 75 mgs but it stopped working i guess 150 mg is minimum otherwise its sugar pill so i will try it 150 mgs then titrate

-Mirapex - This one hasn't been prescriped for me yet but from my knowledge if dopamine increases in brain the anxiety gets low so a dopaminergic agent as mirapex should work.

Last but not least

-Valium - use 2.5-5 mgs only when extremly needed to avoid dependance and withdrawal

So what do you think of this regimen for social anxiety ? About every drug of those (you can ignore tofisopam since its only in europe if u dont know it) and do you suggest anything else

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    -Topamax also rotated with lyrica to avoid tolerance to each
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    Hi. Confused. I've taken peroxitine for years. It's helped me a lot but need to take something once or twice a week for social situations. Can't drink as became alcohol dependant big style. Any suggestions?
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    Hi sounds like a lot of meds to be taking ! I have previously been on paroxatine it was a living hell to withdraw of it on something else now just be careful 🌼
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    I take Buspirone. Have you tried that?
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    Not heard of busperone but will google it. Don't want to take anything that causes insomnia tho..
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